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Feb 22, 2011: Teaching a new IA workshop: Atlanta, Chicago, San Francisco

Steve Krug and I are finally live with our spring 2011 workshops: San Francisco March 23-25, Atlanta April 27-29, and Chicago June 1-3. We've moved our registration system over to EventBrite, which chewed up some time, and to make things even more interesting, we've added a fantastic third speaker to each of the three cities. Get this: Indi Young on developing mental models, Whitney Quesenbery on storytelling for UX, and Ginny Redish on writing for the web. Steve, of course, will cover DIY usability testing. I'm thrilled to be part of such a lineup, and that Rosenfeld Media is the series' main sponsor. You can register here.

What will I teach? My new workshop on Adaptable Information Architecture. I'm increasingly convinced that most large organizations will continue to fail if they don't end the painful cycle of "redesign every three years and hope for the best" and move toward a rational process based on prioritization and tuning an information architecture. I've worked with enough Fortune 500s, government agencies, and institutions of higher ed over nearly twenty years to have seen so much waste and failure, and dammit, I want to put an end to it.

Come to my workshop and you'll learn some practical ways to move from insane one-off projects with the goal of "getting it right" to rational ongoing processes to continually improve your site. Here are the details; please join us.

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